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rUULl?IlEU KYL11Y. MUHMS? BN.CKIT
HAIN AND COilMEKCK srUBBrd.
31 OLBNNAN. Owm i-_
: TUKOIUOUL-ATIONOK I'Hl ViltOlNIAN
it LAKUUt.Y IN KXOttSS of an- other
rapcr publish' d iu Baal 111 \ iritiu.i.
*' e'reulati 11 in N?at >U mil Portsmouth
fc. greater lliau lb it of ?:?>? l*apoi ! lb '??<? '
Ot iiioiuata.lin tbe two ?itiu?.
? t is (l-liver. a m tin- citio? oi Norf . an I
roriMiiouiu ali i suburbs lor 1? cent- n
?teb hi mib riptiona, i ui t ige | ?? '
F v Dollars pei yew; I hn e Hollars foi ix
liiontlia Uic Dollar an.I Kh'ty Cents f r
Ibra? m >. th-. an I Hrty Cent- for one
*jXverti?enients iiiserti? at the rate of ? ?
Cii^ ik a .i a? i. b'lksT is-i ution: eu h sause
quent iuscrtion V Cksts, or & ' i -r
vjir>- is?i:iiki> Kvunv . mi u i.-.\. contrac?
tors arc not nliowe l to oxco il ' ?ir spa e
oi otti?o other than their legi leiste
plisiucia. except by payia : especially for
TBK WFKKM VllloIMA ? I-ill Caiioi.ixian,
e.gbt pages, is delivered, postage paid,
tbtre mouths. S!5o,; rix mouths, 'Me, twelvs
mouths. * l
1 nwre i na seooil t-ciasa
PERSONS LEAVING THE CITY
During the summer can have THE
NORFOLK VIRGINIAN mailed to
them by ordering it at this office,
cither in person cr by letter.
The author of "Sweet .Marie" is now
xrriiiun syndicate letters lrom Europe,
Fortuuatoly they cauuol ho played ou
barrel organs nor performed by the
itinerant street bauds.
The teu days' debute belweon ex
Congressman Itoswell tl. Uorr and NY.
11. Harvey, aulbor of "(Joiu's Fiuanoial
.School," wus hopuu in Uhioago Tues
day before un audience of fifty persons
and the judges.
The olde-it library in the now world
is hiddeu away in Uiitvotsily Plnce, I
Now York City,and is a'.utost unknown.
It was started in 1700 by the Barl of
Bellnui nit when New York iiail 0,200
iuhab t it it Is and 7f>0 negro slaves.
The health heating i|ualities of the
water of Buffalo Litbia Spriuge, arc
year by year becoming more univorsally
kuowu, unit from the tnauy ti'slimouials
of their visitors ami the many remark
nblo cures recorded, it is well that tboy
are. The Vihoixiajs has kuowledge
that some of ttie best known bnspitala
of the country keep the Buffalo 1 jit Ina
water ou draft because of i,s curative
properties. The Riohmond Dispatch
reeoutly published a remarkuhle ease
of cure as reported by Rev. J, S. Wbar?
ton, in a letter to that paper, au ex
truol from which appears in Tin: Vm
Gist an this morniug. The healing
waters of Virginia tire tnauy aud excel?
lent. The old State has been bounti?
fully looked after by the (.liver of every
i:\n.Mi ci<> i.i- BT it 13 KT?
It is hoped the Councils will provide
for the extension of Holt street so as
to connect with Washington street anil
College Place. For many years The
V;;;c;::;:.-.:; l-.as advocated this improve*
mem. It bus never heard a good or
eohd objection to the same. It should
be extended lor the convenience oi the
public aud the improvement of the
city aud in keeping with tho almost
nnauimous with of the community.
Let tho extousiou be made, and us
quickly as possible.
A IlKBlARKAKI.I-: OISAPI'KII IN IM
DlMltlAI. II IS I ?I It V.
1'ha New York Journal of Commerce
a i'erts that no very aceurnto slatisties
of increases of wages during the past
an months can bo expected. These
advances are not reported to auy olli
oial bureau or any trade organization,
nod they are vory incompletely and not
always accurately reported in tho
news dispntches. And yet it is safe to
aay that the dispatches give a fair ap?
proximation to thu fuels. Free, how?
ever, from exaggerations, our New
Y'ork contemporary considers that it
is reasonable to suppose that sinco
business received the a-suranco that
the stability of the currency would be
maintained not loss th&u 500,000 men
have had their wages increase. I, und
the number may easily be 000,000,
Tho iuoreasos uro usually 10 per cent.,
though often more than that. If the
wages before tho iucrea?-o averaged 810
a week?and thtso increases have
oocurred more ?lten in the iron and
aleel iudustry than anywhere else?
the increases would amount to 8600,000
or SGOO.OOt) a week.
While uo attempt lias been made to
estimuto the number of persons to
whom employment bus been given by
the starting up of manufacturing estab?
lishments which were idle at tho be?
ginning of this year, or the increase in
.he uumber of b&nds employed by
tttablisbnionte already in operation, it
is believed that the whole Dumber to
whom employment has been given or
whose pay has been increased at not
tauen lass than a million. Of those to
whom employment was given not all
were idle previously: many had found
something else to do while thrown out
of their regular employment; but it is
safe to say that moro than 300.000 men
who wore idlo have received employ*
meut during tiio post live mouths. If
thoir wages uverageSS a week, they aro
receiving und spending nearly two uud
a half millions a week,
Tbe increases of wages ou eo exleu
Five a BCnle and til BO large an OXtOUt
without resort to strikos, constitutes
ouu of the most remarkable ohapters iu
our indllittriul history. Hud they come
more slowly uud afti r butter businoss
conditions had become well settled
they would liavo boon quite sufficiently
uoteuorlhy. Hut coming with tiio
v ry dawn of better limes, und before
the emuloyors hud hud auy ohuneo to
reap the harvest they wore only sow?
ing for, those increases aro unlike
um thing the country bus ovor seen be?
Ii VI I l.i: "l I I.I. Hill I.?IN? IN llll.
Mil I II.
Tho Amerieau Wool and Cotton He
porter presents a list of tho now textile
mills under construction in the United
Mates during tho iirst six months of
the year. The showing is a remarkable
one. North Cnrolinu takes tlie leud
with thirty ono new mills and a uum
borol costly enlargements of old plauts,
South Carolina baa tweuty>two,Georgia
fourteen, Alabama live, Toxus and Vir
ginia throe each, Arkansas two and
Louisiana one. I'ouusylvauiu comes
next t<> North Carolina with twouty
nine new plants, mid Now 'i ork with
twenty-throe Unishea ahoud of South
Carolina by , buro nose. Mussaohu
sells has only nineteen, and New .lor
bey exactly us many us Georgia,
'Vina year, according to the showing
of the Reporter, promisee to bo uu
extraordinary one for tho textile in
dn ti us. Tho number of now enter?
prises begun during tho six mouths is
201, while for the Uist six mouths of
ls.U it was only III?; uud tho totul for
the year was but 2G-J, '1 ho proportion
of cotton mills iu tho 1895 plants is
vciy large, there being Beventy-tbree
of these to thirty eight woolen, fifty
seven kuittiug, six toe u silk und seven
Not only does tiio exhibit show tlint
tho South build u lino proportion of
tbeso uew mills, but also thut sbo has
some of tho largcht to her credit. The
principal ones aro Iho Georgia branch
of tho Massachusetts cotton mills nt
Homo, with 30,000 spindles and 1,000
looms; Iho Hampton, S, C., cotton
mills, with 50,000 spiudies and -J0d
looms, and a 30,000 spindle mill ul
Grauby, S. C.
Ibis vast oullity of capital means a
great deal to the country uud especially
to tbe South, As the Savannah News
remarks, manufactories bavo boon so
scarce down this way that a few go a
Icing distance, but tins will not always
bo the case. Then this activity iu mill
building means u grout awakening iu
tho textilo industries and bolter prices
for raw products. In the face of tho
uew clip wool is advancing rapidly,
rising two cents a pound last week, al?
though Iho imports aro ronuirkiibly
heavy. Cotton is certain to go up, too,
but eveu if it did i:ot tho plantets
would profit indirectly by having tho
now market at their doors.
Bs of insects, reptiles, dogs and
|jj eats,?also the .slinks oj
jjj) bees mid wasps?should be
instantly treated with
The quickest and surest
remedy for pains, aches and
Soreness of any kind. Used
every where for fifty years,
and sold everywhere this
BOUND TO GO I
i will offer for the ni.xi TEN DAVS
gont-t i,ud boys' TAN siioks at prime cos?
to in.tko room for fall en- k.
M. J. MADDEN,
?>6 CM SIBEEI. mm 0PP?SIft MOO STREET.
mi RELIEF MIC
Mere are Cassinierc, Worsted and
Clieviot Suits in plain and fancy effects,
warranted first-class1 in every respect,
made in our own workshops by our ow n
first-class union taiIo: s, not a single gar
ment that the cloth and all of the lining's .
and interlinings are noi thoroughly
shrunken before the shears are put in
them; made horn materials that are or?
dinarily quotetl at not less titan Three,
Four and Five Dollars more than the
Stock Keliei Bargain Price, and still
beat uo comparison in [joint of manu?
facture, stvle ami lit included. Here
they ate and here they go. Samples in
the West Window. $10 takes the pick.
lloro uro Serviceable, Form Fitting Youth's Suits,
nio ' "ti our own burn Utting putterus, exclusively for
ttiu Norfolk liouso Stylish aud well tnado Suits.that are
as far ahead o( Fire Sale and Boodle. Mudn t'lotlnug a
as the suu is over the earth. The Stock liehet H*r \
gain I'rice meuus convert the surphu into cash. Not
a single Suit in ihe outire lot but was n burtiaiu at its i
original price, but remnant-, must move ami >ini'*kly '
nt that, uutl tbu Stock lteliet Burguiu I'nce must tuako
them move. Here they are and here tboy go. Sevon
l-'tfty takes the ohoice.
11 cre are Children's Suits of good,
material, sizes anywhere to age 15..
made in Double Breasted Jackets with
pants double seated, double knees, pat?
ent bands and riveted buttons, Suits ,
that have weight enough lor the year
round wear, tough as leather and just >
the thing for the hoy that is rough on
clothes. Samples on forms in '.he Cloth?
ing Window. Here they are and here
they go for One Forty-Five to make
Hero aro Hoys' Kueo Hants, samples in tho New
Anuox Window, Atlantic street. All si/.os, including
ugo 15. Ktico Punts of Stuff that shows Hig Value for
tho price, aud makes it possible for every boy to wear
a tidy Kueo Hants at u suiull outlay of cash. Hero
they aro und hero they go at tho Stock Relief Bui gam
Price of Ten Couts u pair, as loug as thoy last.
Here are Men's Fine Pants, Fault?
lessly Tailored, accurately cut and as
correct titling as it is ever possible to get
Ready-Made Trousers, made from
Fine Cassimeres, Tweeds, Serges, Flan?
nels, Worsteds and Cheviots, warranted
every fibre pure wool, some silk mixed
and not a single pair in the lot that is
inot well woith from ( >nc to Three Dol?
lars more than the Stockt Relief Bargain
Price now in force, but cleaning up tune
is now here, and the odd pants must be
sold without reserve. Here thev are
and here they go; $3 takes the pick of
lot. Samples strung all over the Cloth,
Hero aro Men's ana Hoys' Straw Hats of Fashion?
able Shapes, und in every particular first class goods.
Samples in both windows und rafts inside impossible
to show in tho windows, biomo :!'. per oout. less than
tho original price, others at half their actual value,
I'.aeh mid everyone a Qenniue Money-Saving Bargain,
Hook 'em over. If the mzo is right the prico is surely
right, Tho Lust Window shusva bung up Straw Hats,
Here are Men's and Boys' Sweaters,
samples in the East Window, actual
\ alne Twenty-Five Cents everywhere
under the sun. Save your dimes. Here
they are and here they go. The Stock
Relief Bargain Price names them only 15c
Here nro L'ndorwear Bargains that put Halves
and Quarters lu your pocket right along. Scriveu's
I'atent Elastic Seam Prawers, ataudard price every?
where, tint bore, 31. The Stock Belief Bargain I'rico,
only 75 -. Drop Stitch Baibriggan Uuderwour for tho
llnlf are regular hummers, Fauoy Stripe Derby Rib?
bed Underwear at 60o are Big Loaders. Coal Lace
Undershirts only a Quarter. Light Can. 0 Undershirts
Here are Neckwear Values that tower
head and shoulders in Fabrics and De?
signs over and above any ever placed
I on sale for the price. Silk Imperials,
full lengths and widths, only 25c. Pull
Band Bows, Tecks, Club Ties and Four
in-hands of choice designs and latest
shapes are included 111 the line lor a
(Juarter to make them move lively.
Here are Negligee Shirts. Perfect Fitting, made
by tho vary be.it Ani-irican Manufactures, fashioned
alter tlie latost aud most approved stylei with deep
turn down collars, attached and detached, and large
pearl buttons, just such Negligee Shirts that ex?
clusive Furnishers usually obarge fancy prices Here
thev aro nud bore they go -samples in the East Win?
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1 oifkLL CLo>, & 1
= 1 MEN'S
Mid - Summer
F a shionable O
Light sod ?
Dark Striped &
Panta, beet <>
make. Mid- %
summer prico <t>
Office ('oats. %
You can alto
use tbeoi for
73c. I $1.24 I $2.69 I 21c. f 1
EE t MEN'S
Oood aud Du?
i u g Suits.
Mid - Summer
d e a s Suits.
Mid - Summer
? I $2.87 I $4.37 i $7.23 i $9.62 f |
~? ?????>???<>??? ?>S?<>?<>?5S^ SB
? I BOYS' ! BOYS' $ BOYS' I BOYS' I S
0 a s s injures
MEN'S % =
Neat and ser?
Mid ? Summer
Suits for aftor
noon wear ?
i o t and
wore S5. SO,
$7 aud ST.50.
?1 97c. I $1.49 I $2.481 $3 i5 I I
I Gannon Ball Clothina Co., 89 main St., Norfolk |
It has been decided that no more spoiled linon will bo wasbod in tho courts;
it is cheaper to buy now now.
Mtisliu Cornet Covers, I?O, 2?0, .TTJo, 50c, 5Sc, 75o.
liowns, 42c, f?0o, 75c. 87}e, SI, Drawer*, 2do, 25o, Ilde, 37$C, 5i)o.
Chemises, 25o, 29o, 37$o, 50c, G2}o 75o, SI. Skirts, with deep embroidorod
Oouuce, 5so, and ranging upward to the Quest ut 3d.
Then. 1.a lies' White Waist* of India Linen. Embroidered trimmed, 50c,
75c, 5>Sc. SI, SI.25, und the SI.75 ones now S1.50.
Waists of Percale, slightly soiled from haudliug, 3vJc and uUo, instead of 50c
Boys' Shirt Waists of outing oloth, just odds and ends, 15o instead of 'J5c.
Mothers Friend Shirt Waists, a strap goes with each and thero in nothing so
good ns the strap for boys?percale or while, unlannderod, ??o. Printed Per
calu in ttie newest designs and white oues also, luiiudored. 75o.
Have yon ever tried the patent strap ou your boy?
Mosquito Bars, ready to use, made ou hard wooa folding, turn ovor canopy,
made well ami big onough to cover the bed, not a boys' size. SI.25 aaoh.
Demurest Sewiug Maohiues, new ones, tho cabinet work of rieh quartered
oak, four drawer. No fancy price but ou narrow department storo profits
This space is small and short words havo to bo nsod, bnt a hint is given that
if buyers follow will loud them to some greuter values thau tboy have nuv idea.
H ( S. B?CHR?CH & BRO., (?1
OLD GOLD REFINERS AND ASSAYERS !
WE PAY THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE 'FOB OLD GOLD.
l>o not artciiGoe any old gold that you may bavo, hut writs us to ea'.l on yon anJ give
yoa our prices We receive old gohi from auy pari of ibo Uniie 1 stau"?. un.l it' amount
allowe.l is not Rati>;i ciory we pay expross chances both ways anJ return paokasa iu same
comlltiou as ro sive 1.
S. Baclnracli & Bro.,
ISO Cluircli (Street.
? Tn*s Wise and Masses ! 3
Should know tbal it ia to tboir own interest t ? Miv whero tbev ought to kuo.v
tb^ ONE PUIOE l'?l.icv prevails, -ret what a Little money will buy
Ladies' Patent" Tip Oxfords, 2 to 8A.39c
Ladies' Tan Oxfords, 2 A to 8.45c
Ladies' Good Wear Oxfords, 2 A to 8. 5^c
Ladies' House and Vard Oxfords, 4 to S.[OC
The 48c. Bargain Counter T
Contain* Ladies' Fancy Slippers, ?. 2$ and ft; Miss, s" Patent I oatn. r Slippers
Li to I ? Misses Ited Oxfords, 13 to l|; Misses' i-ateut 'lip Meet Oxfords, lit to l.
I HELLER'S ONE PRICE SHOE STORE, |?
C -O-? Q.;,r~il< Street, Opposite Courthouso. -^5
npHIS Is the best time of the
* year to have your house
papered and your Furniture
We are tnoroughly well
equipped tu do llrst-Class
Work,at special prices during
the Summer mouths, and will
turilisli estimates tlcc ot
nn i a.
Kos, S>$ and rear oi $2, s>4,
96, 00, 100 and 102
Guidefor Economical Purchasers
Children's Tan Strap Ties, 75o.
Children's Blaok Strap Ties, 50o and
Misses' Black sad Tan Ties, 75o and
Ladies Gonuiuc Dongola Otfordd,75o
Ladies' Strap Ties and Dongola Ox
fords in ton and black, nice and sty?
Hand-Sewed Dongola aud Tan Ox
fords for ladies, all shapes, SI.50.
This line you want to see to appre?
ciate. They uro great iu etylo aud
wear, aud eijuiil any ?3 Oxford. Our
Men's Calf Lace or Congress, $U,
Every pair warranted to wear,
Have you seen our tan Bnd black
Maud Sowed Shoos lor gentlemen ai
S3? 'Tis oonoeded they are the bos?
made for the money.
Uur $5 Tao und Patent Leather Sboe?
for geutletueti aro as good as uione?
will buy. Why pay $G and $7 und gel
no better ?
164 Main Street, NORFOLK.
220 High St., PORTSMOUTH.
143 and 145 Church Street.
2ft Rolls Linoleums from
?yj 6oc to $i per yard.
From $5 to $73
FROM SSc. TO BOo.
Buying for Cash, Wo Can
SAM W. SMALL,
ATTORNEY /\ T l_ A, W.
No H Il.u i STSfcKT.
NORFOLK, --- - VlltQINla.
Mi. Biuall mil prnoticu iu the Courts OS)
tavi vtuti: ?.vi u: toe Uuitetl State?